Sensio extends deal with Paramount for 3DGo! service

The deal gives the 3D VOD platform access to current and future studio titles in both the U.S. and Canada.
May 14, 2015

Montreal-based Sensio Technologies Inc. has renewed its 3D VOD content license agreement with Paramount Pictures, giving users of its 3DGo! service continued access to studio titles such as World War Z and Star Trek Into Darkness (pictured).

The 3DGo! is a transactional (pay-per-view) VOD service with more than 70 3D titles from studios including Disney, Marvel, Pixar and Universal. It is currently accessible in the US and Canada via apps on select 3D smart TVs.

The deal also gives Sensio the opportunity to add recent box office hits and other upcoming theatrical releases from Paramount to the 3DGo! lineup, and extends its rights to Paramount titles to the Canadian 3DGo! service, which launched in April.


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